Commissioned Art Version 2
Here's the original painting mirrored in this series. This client also has a big fuzzy dog with floppy ears. There's another image above his head with blue feelers that reminds me of a catfish! Below are What reminds me of an angel with wings holding a cameo of a woman. I'm sure you'll see more...
Commissioned Art Version 2Here's the extended version or Version 2 of the previous piece. Sometimes I keep going after I mirror an image. This person has a bunny rabbit in real life and I see him in this image! Also, there is an image of a wizard type of character with a pointy hat and a long beard in the lower part of the picture. I'm sure you'll see many more images within this image as you look deeper.
This is the second version of the painting, which I muted the white color. It created a new set of characters in both directions.
So many layers of images in this commissioned piece! First I see a bird in the middle, it looks like a horned owl. Then as I continue to gaze I notice a horned sheep above it. Down below is a smiling little guy with pretty teeth. His smile seems to also be apart of a Chinaman holding his blue swords. What else do you see?
Smiling SageJaniSmiling Sage is an ink on canvas painting. I love how the little person holding the walking stick at the bottom center of the painting has a smile beaming out of the top of his head. He has a smiling spirit indeed! The colors of this painting relate to the 2nd Chakra (orange) and it's companion the 5th Chakra (turquoise). To express our creativity, which emanates from our emperor/empress is why we are here. Bring your gifts to the world!
WomanhoodThis painting to me, illustrates the role of women in the four corners of the world. Her flow is the worlds flow. With her love and compassion she has the ability to heal those around her and have an effect on the family, community, city, state, country and world. We need to empower our girls and women with the tools needed and the respect they deserve. If you'll look in the upper center of the image you'll see a woman in a hat circa late 1800's to early 1900's.
Finding HeavenThis is a large 48" x 48" oil painting. Finding Heaven pulls you in and moves your eyes into it's depths. It came from months of adding layers and colors and then removing them to reveal it's origins as well as leaving a piece of each time after.
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